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Hopeless (Hopeless 1)

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This book will make you laugh, make you cry, tug at your heartstrings, crush your heart, but will make you fall in love about everything. In Losing Hope, Holder reveals the way in which the events of Sky's youth affected him and his family, leading him to seek his own redemption in the act of saving her.

She has been home schooled her entire life and decides she wants to go to public school for her senior year of high school with her friend Six. But things have been off within the tightknit group, and when Daniel reaches out to Six to ask the hard questions he hasn't dared to bring up since they last spoke about their shared secret, he's dismayed to learn that it's this very secret bringing a cloud over the holiday. And, after finishing this phenomenal book, I'm pretty sure I've never wanted to hug an author so badly in my life. I loved that the story was serious but little parts made me laugh out, breaking up the more emotionally charged scenes.It gets in your eyes and you squint and you’re constantly moving it out of the way like you’re Justin Bieber and it’s really distracting. the only reason this isnt a 2 or 3 star book is because i loved how the love story was so gradual and it was so gripping that i read it in one night. Seems ironic that a book entitled Hopeless would lead me to become so incredibly and utterly hopeful. Holder was utter hero perfection--protective, sexy, sensitive, with a very deep and unique way of thinking.

I learnt that sometimes it's better not to rush and to just do that thing which lies in between like and love in the dictionary. My lack of access to the real world has been replaced completely by books, and it can’t be healthy to live in a land of happily ever afters. I’m not talking about detailed descriptions; I’m talking about those small personalized touches that make a story real. This book took away my wings and my precious pink cloud, it made me sick and angry and sad, so sad that I could taste the saltiness of my tears many times.This genre has become known, during it's short lifetime, for its sexism, its slut-shaming, its poor writing, its eyeroll worthy characters and its creepy portrayal of young male/female relationships. Another aspect of the series that is particularly powerful is the way that it deals with themes of trauma, abuse, and mental health. It's my favourite thing because I know if I ever get lost or lonely or scared, I just have to look up and it'll be there no matter what. you know the type when one tear hasn't even rolled down your cheeks before another one is slipping out of your eyes?

Not because he wants to come up with the perfect answer but because he's analyzing the question from so many different angles and giving it the though it deserves so that when he does answer his response is the absolute perfect thing to say at the exact perfect time. She's the kind of girl that loves to read but doesn't know what an e-reader is, because her mother doesn't believe in technology. Sky and Holder are not perfect people, and they both have a lot of emotional baggage that they are carrying with them.

people who have traumatic pasts are not all suffering from repressed memories that need to be revealed at exactly the right moment. I’m not a sucker for happily ever afters, but if these two characters don’t get theirs I might climb inside this e-reader and lock them both inside that damn garage forever. Sky struggles to keep him at a distance knowing he’s nothing but trouble, but Holder insists on learning everything about her.

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